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    59 Uniflite Express with John Nelson.
    59 Skagit Skimaster belonging to Helmar jumping waves
    Group photo of one of our events at Mason Lake
    Chuck Carey with his 1959 Skagit called Bainbridge at the Tacoma Give a Vet a Ride event.
    Greg and Susi's 1958 Skagit Express at the Oregon City Falls. This was out Columbia Sand Island event.
    Bell Boy owned by Marty Locken along with Mo his wife in Tacoma's Take a Vet for a ride event.
    Tim McCrain at one of the Mason Lake events. Just backing out and with his Bearcat 4 stroke classic engine.
    Beached line up of boat with John Nelson's boat showing at one of the Mason Lake events.
    1959 Skagit Inboard owned by Mike and Judy at one of our Mason Lake events.
    Bearcat line up at Mason. Both Tim McCrain and Helmar running the classic 4 stroke Bearcat engines at Mason Leke
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    1960 Dorsett Farallon owned by Allan and Sue at one of the Mason Lake events
    1958 Skagit offshore owned by Chuck Carey. He cut her loose here and opened her up for run.
    1958 Skagit Express owned by Bruce and family. This boat was his fathers boat purched right from the factory new.
    1958 Uniflite owned by Helmar running all out with the classic Bearcat 4 stroke engine.
    1959 Skagit offshore with the Volvo I/O putting around in Mystery Bay
    This is a group photo from Lake Whatcom. We always seem to have a great time.
    1958 Skagit that was owned by Marty Loken at Lake Whatcom. That was One Fast Boat too.
    A Beautiful Glasspar owned by Steve Kiesel.
    60 Dorsett San Juan owned by Jim Just.
    1959 Skagit Skimaster running a classic 4 stroke Bearcat motor
    Marty Loken and Mo running his classic Bell Boy at the Tacoma event.
    Glasspar owned by John Nelson. Working with twin omc's
    1958 Skagit Express owned by Greg and Susi James
    1960 Dorsett Farallon owned by Chuck Carey running at speed.
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    1960 Dorsett Catalina owned by Rick Love running at speed.
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    Greg and Susi with there 1928 Skagit Express at the Tacoma event.
    Skagit Saratogan, 31 foot. One of only three ever built owned by Tim Jones. Tim owns 2 of the three built.
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    by Published on 11-13-2014 08:00 PM
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    There is gear available with the club logo and/or classic boat pictures. It's available through Zazzle here. Let us know ...
    by Published on 11-04-2014 05:38 PM
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    Understand that not everyone can upload images. But if you are a supporting member, uploading images is not-too-bad (If you know the secret handshake) or diffficult . I'm here to tell you the secret.

    There are attachments which show as a link. If you want to attach say a manual for users to download. Then there are embedded images, which show in the middle of the text. Like the images here. Note that every embedded image is also an attachment.
    Let's first discuss embedding.
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    by Published on 11-04-2014 04:47 PM  Number of Views: 84 
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    This only applies to logged-in-users. You will find the site easier to use if you set the proper editor. There are actually three different editors you can use. They are set in your profile. T

    I would suggest you read content.php/4-Avatars-and-Profile-Pictures. At the same time, set your editor

    First, click on your profile settings. Depending on which style you have chosen the link may look like this:

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    by Published on 11-02-2014 09:08 AM  Number of Views: 129 
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    The new for software is vBulletin. vBulletin is a complex program. It can do a lot of things, but it is not the same as Xenforo, our last software.

    I should point out that I am a vBulletin Developer. I did not push for the change to vBulletin, although I think in the long term it was a good move. I've been working on it for almost five years, and there still are occasionally places where I scratch my head and say "I didn't know you could make it do THAT." One of the issues it that there are thousands (l'm not exaggerating) of ways to tweak it and make it different from other vBulletin installations. So we're still figuring out the best way to set the knobs and switches for us.

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    Note that these instructions only work if you are logged in and are at least a member.

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    by Published on 10-22-2014 11:04 AM  Number of Views: 186 

    So... you came to this new site. Nothing works. You can't even log in.

    Step 1: If you haven't created a new password, you have to do that first. Go to "http://www.classicboatclub.com/login.php?do=lostpw" and enter your email address. Enter the numbers and letters so the computer knows you're a real person, not a spam robot. It will send you a link. Once you click that you can enter a new password.

    If you want to start a new thread, Click on "Forums", and browse to the forum where you want to post. Click the "Post new thread" button. If you don't see that, you probably aren't logged in. If you are logged in and you don't see that, send a PM to edbrown.

    If you want to reply to a thread you are looking at, look for the "Reply to Thead" button at the bottom of the page. If you don't see it and you are logged in, send a PM to edbrown.

    You can experiment with other styles. At the bottom (left for the default style) left of most pages there's a dropdown list. You can experiment with different styles. I like "Elegance- Red- Fluid", but you may prefer something different.